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Ingenuity Design, Norwalk, CT

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A View on Teamwork from the Soccer Sidelines

Career Oxygen | Kristen Metzger
May 6, 2016

I have always found soccer to be boring. Sorry, soccer fans. I grew up a football fan. It’s structured. It’s fast-paced. There’s a clock I can count on. There’s a score whose number gets in the double digits. But as I have watched my two young daughters take up the game, I’ve learned to appreciate soccer and the lessons about teamwork that they have learned.

Why Advertisers Should Break Up With Google's 'Time Spent' Measure

Why Advertisers Should Break Up With Google's 'Time Spent' Measure

AdAge
May 6, 2016

In the advertising world, Google is the default for almost everything: search, display, video, ad serving, analytics. The products we know as DoubleClick, YouTube, Google Search and Google Analytics are ubiquitous for a reason -- they're damn good. But over time, damn good can turn into average and ...

Guess What? Nobody Uses Facebook Reactions

Guess What? Nobody Uses Facebook Reactions

Contently
May 6, 2016

If any emoji could represent Facebook right now, it would be 😓. Why? According to a new study by quintly, a social analytics platform, Facebook’s hullabalooed Reactions buttons account for only three percent of all interactions on the social network. When Facebook officially launched six ...

How Taco Bell Made That Terrifying Taco Snapchat Lens for Cinco de Mayo

How Taco Bell Made That Terrifying Taco Snapchat Lens for Cinco de Mayo

Digiday
May 6, 2016

Taco Bell is letting everyone live out their secret Cinco de Mayo wishes by becoming a taco. To celebrate the holiday, Taco Bell purchased its first selfie lens that transforms people’s heads into giant crunchy tacos with a dollop of the chain’s Diablo spicy sauce dribbled on top. The filt...

7 Steps to Pitching Media on Twitter

7 Steps to Pitching Media on Twitter

Don McLean
May 6, 2016

If phone and email fail to get the message through, try pitching a journalist or two on Twitter. The 10-year-old social network is a place where many reporters today live and work, tweeting several times an hour in many cases. Being that it's used by reporters so much, it's natural to want to try to...